India has 15697 ITIs, Uttar Pradesh has the most: Govt
Besides, government has envisaged setting up of Indian Institute of Skills with unique features that would make them different from the existing setup of ITIs, Polytechnics, and Advanced Training Institutes (ATIs). The union cabinet has approved the proposal of setting up of IISs at three locations in the country.
Resolve Unnao farmers' demands without using force: Mayawati to UP government
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Over 2,000 incidents of stubble burning in 10 UP districts; chief secy seeks explanation
UP chief secretary RK Tiwari has stated that over 2,...
UP Police arrests 143 criminals in 'Operation All Out' in 12 hours
Police nabbed 143 criminals in 12 hours, in an operation conducted on the night of Nov 16 in Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad. Sudhir Kumar Singh, ...
Congress played with India's security on Rafale controversy: Adityanath
The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected pleas for a review of its December 2018 verdict in which it had said there was no occasion to doubt the decision-making process in the controversial deal.
ET Awards 2019: The man who changed urban transportation
E Sreedharan's reputation as a technocrat is so solid that governments from J&K to Kerala seek out Sreedharan’s services to solve the most difficult of their infrastructure challenges.
Authorities set to give Ayodhya complete makeover after SC verdict in favour of Ram Temple
Ayodhya will be developed as an 'Aadhyatmik Nagari' (Spiritual City), and as many as 10 Shri Ram 'dwaar' (gates) will be built. A Gaushala (cow shed), Dharamshala (rest house) and Vedic institute along with other religious buildings will be built in the vicinity of the Ram Temple, deputy director Information of Ayodhya division Murlidhar Singh said.
Omaxe's net profit falls 61% to Rs 4.25 crore in Q2 FY 20
Total income also declined to Rs 256.01 crore.
Devotees eagerly wait for a grand Ram temple
The 67-acre area around the temple is full of overgrown vegetation and tall grass with dilapidated buildings as islands. Passing through a narrow corridor, where even two people cannot pass together till the makeshift temple, devotees are not allowed to carry a mobile phone, camera, electronic item or even a pen.
Not single incident reported in Ayodhya: Circle Officer
While speaking to ANI, Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya Circle Officer Amar Singh said that not a single incident reported and every community have a...
Ayodhya: Calm under clampdown
Amid the clampdown, Ayodhya residents had a hard time moving from one place to another through the narrow lanes and bylanes since all entry and exit points were barricaded. Most residents were at home when the top court ruled that Hindus would get the disputed 2.77 acres to build a Ram temple.
States should dismantle APMCs, adopt eNAM for farmers' benefit: Nirmala Sitharaman
e-NAM is a pan-India electronic trading portal which networks the existing APMC mandis to create a unified national market for agricultural commodities.
UP Shia Waqf Board welcomes Ayodhya verdict
"The Shia Central Waqf Board welcomes the Supreme Court decision and congratulates the countrymen, especially those who fought the legal battle in a dignified manner," board chairman Waseem Rizvi said in a statement. The apex court had dismissed the appeal of the Shia Waqf Board and held that the land belongs to the government as per revenue records.
Why is SC delivering the Ayodhya verdict on Saturday?
Justice Gogoi is slated to retire on November 17. Though the court can sit any day, hear the case and also deliver its verdict, November 17 is a Sunday and usually, the verdict in an important case is not announced on a holiday. The court's decisions are also not announced on a day the judges retire. Also, November 16 is a Saturday.
Babri Masjid demolition case: CBI produces half a dozen witnesses
The CBI has produced nearly half a dozen witnesses to substantiate its charges against former UP CM Kalyan Singh for his alleged involvement in the Babri Masjid demolition case.
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